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Casey Kasem, with that wonderful high-pitched yet somehow oddly textured voice of his, will always be remembered as the voice of Shaggy in the Scooby-Doo cartoons. His tremulous utterings contrasted with Don Messick’s growly Scooby-Doo made the show an immediate and enduring success.
The consummate pro, I never heard Casey say a bad word about anyone. Never heard him complain. Never saw him in a bad mood. He was one time, each day, every day, ready to do his job, no excuses, no apologies, no bullshit. His talent and dedication were an example to us all, and it was an honor and a privilege to work with him.
Plus - bonus! - I always knew what was going on with America’s Top Forty.

Dan Gilvezan on Casey Kasem - ‘Bumblebee and Me: Life as a G1 Transformer’ by Dan Gilvezan (2011)

Rest in Peace, Mr Kasem.

1932 - 2014










Children See Children Do - Video

These triggered a sense of panic I can’t even describe.

I don’t like any of this. At all.

So scary…


There is no truer statement, working in childcare, you gain an understanding of just how easily children are influenced by their parents, by their peers and even by you as their teacher, it’s a terrifying reality. 

literally, children look up to their parents, they want to be like them, they see their parents do things like this, then they believe its okay to do this

Yo so i was walking this dog in the park today and there were these kids running around calling each other homophobic slurs and whatnot and I just NOPE NOPE NOPED and launched myself out of the park as quickly as possible.

I was just like, wow yeah there’s no way you didn’t learn that from your folks. 

sometimes it reverses and the kid sees their idol is a horrible flawed person and they turn completely the opposite way but mostly this is what happens

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